This 5-week course includes the 25 essential cases a radiologist needs to master to confidently
diagnose breast conditions on MRI.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to:
- Discuss common indications for breast MRI
- Apply the 2013 ACR BI-RADS lexicon to report findings
- Identify and categorize common artifacts
- Recognize typical physiological changes
- Identify, evaluate and discriminate between common benign and malignant findings on contrast-enhanced MRI
- Recognize findings that impact breast cancer staging
- Formulate management plans based on MRI findings
- Interpret non-enhanced breast MRI implant rupture studies
Bibliography: Suggested reading resources and references can be found within the course and each case discussion.
MRI Online is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)
to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Content is reviewed and updated on an ongoing basis.
CME Planning Committee
Suresh K. Mukherji, MD, MBA, FACR
Director of Head & Neck Radiology
Regional Medical Director
ENVISION Physician Services
Stephen J. Pomeranz, MD
Chief Medical Officer and Founder
David M. Yousem, MBA, MD
Professor of Radiology
Vice Chairman and Associate Dean
Johns Hopkins University
Daniel Arnold, MBA
CEO and Co-Founder
Kathy Bennett, MBA, MS
Senior Content Manager
Jennifer A. Hall, MS
Deanna M. Heier, PhD
VP, Educational Strategy and Operations
CME Planning Committee
The CME Planning Committee members have no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Petra J. Lewis, MD, is a DSM committee member for Cairn Surgical. This conflict of interest was mitigated by review and validated as non biased by non conflicted peer reviewers.
The other Faculty for this activity have no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Staff and Content reviewers
All MRI Online staff and reviewers involved in the development of content for this activity have no
relevant financial relationships to disclose.
There is no commercial support for this activity.
Course content is peer-reviewed for content validity by persons that do not have conflicts of interest related to
the content and to verify the educational material is evidence-based, fair, balanced, and free from commercial bias.